Ateliers d'art de France presents

NFT and fine crafts: new tools for protecting the intellectual property

organized by: Ateliers d'Art de France

Ateliers d'Arts de France, in collaboration with Fabernovel of the EY Group, Maître Clémence Lapôtre, lawyer specialising in intellectual property law & data, member of the Rotary Club of Paris and the Atelier Lison de Caunes, invites you to take part in this conference, which will introduce you to the world of NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens) and the interest they can represent in terms of intellectual property protection for craftspeople.
Thursday 8th june : 18:15 - 19:45


From the definition and presentation of NFTs, their legal environment, to the creation of an NFT specially created for the occasion of Révélations for the Lison de Caunes workshop, come and discover this new certification tool.

For one of the first times in France in the world of fine crafts, the NFT created will be associated with a 'physical' piece created by the Atelier Lison de Caunes and auctioned by Piasa.
This conference will be moderated by Philippe Mothes from Ateliers d'Art de France.


Arthur de la Brunière, Senior Strategist - Blockchain et cryptoactifs chez EY Fabernovel

Arthur is in charge of Web3 experimentation projects (Blockchain, NFT, DAO, etc.), responsible for the production of content on this new digital era, as well as acculturation on these subjects - both for Fabernovel's teams and for its clients. He is currently working on the Web3 strategy of several major groups, 1 NFT collection, and numerous opportunity studies.

Clémence Lapôtre, Lawyer specializing in intellectual property & data law

Clémence Lapôtre has been a lawyer specialising in intellectual property, art and personal data law for over ten years.

After studying modern literature at the Sorbonne, Clémence Lapôtre went on to study law and art history at Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne before taking the Master II in literary and artistic property at the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas and the Master of Laws (LLM) in intellectual property law at King's College London. She also holds a diploma in personal data protection from the Université Panthéon-Assas and a certificate in competition law from the same university. She also continued her training in art and culture law at the Université de Nantes.

After more than nine years' experience as an associate with the international law firms Herbert Smith Freehills and Gowling WLG, Clémence Lapôtre now works for herself.
She regularly assists artists and craftspeople in their efforts to protect and promote their creations, and frequently advises on issues relating to information and communication technologies such as NFTs.

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